Video-recording from March, 2015 webinar.

The BFC Program is a positive, upstream, results-oriented program designed to get municipal decision makers thinking about how all of their programs around cycling work complementary to one another, and how those programs can be synergistically improved. It provides recognition for the hard work done by municipal staff, the leadership displayed by municipal politicians and the partnerships developed with local cycling organizations. It gives communities that apply both a measure of where they are and a roadmap into the future, using a feedback system that has been developed and refined with input from stakeholders from all areas of transportation issues. Designated a Landmark case study in 2014. 

Presented by: Justin Jones, Manager, Bicycle Friendly Communities, Share the Road Cycling Coalition (Canada) and Bill Nesper, Manager, Bicycle Friendly Communities, League of American Bicyclists (USA) on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.